Both these guys were defensive ends in college. Small defensive ends . . . deemed too small to play in a standard NFL 4-3. A Dwight Freeney, these two are not. Not nearly the quickness, speed, and strength that Freeney has in overcoming the bigger, and in most cases, very talented offensive tackles. Casserly has mentioned on the radio, if the defense were switched to a 4-3, there would be a "surplus" in defensive tackles. If that's the case, you have to wonder if there are not enough defensive ends and linebackers to fit a 4-3 scheme. And if you're wondering that, then you'd have to wonder if changing to the 4-3 would be the wisest move. If Peek and Babin can't get the job done as down linemen, then there would be a problem. I don't see them being any better as outside linebackers in a 4-3. Thoughts?